Social responsibility Essay Examples

Ethics in Practice Case: Is There a Market for a Sustainable Hamburger?

Coperate Citizenship: Social Responsibility, Responsiveness, and Performance “Ethics in Practice Case” Is There a Market for a Sustainable Hamburger? 1)Is the world ready for a socially responsible hamburger? Yes, I believe the world or at least the United States is ready for a socially responsible hamburger chain such as “Bugerville”. Any company that can be… View Article

The Only responsibility of a Business is to Increase its Profits

Introduction Business corporations operate in a pluralistic society. There is a high level of interaction and interdependence between the business, the government and the society. As business organizations draw their resources from the society and as their actions have a considerable impact on the environment there is a growing feeling that they should be more… View Article

Are Marketers Responsible for the Use of Harmful Products in Society?

Mattel Toys is currently in the process of withdrawing millions of toys released in the market following disclosures that the toys have substantially high elements of lead in their paint. Excess lead can be harmful if ingested by children and can cause mental retardation, a fact that senior managers at Mattel would have been well… View Article

FCC to Fine ABC of Naked Butt on NYPD Blue

All businesses have a social responsibility to their consumers and to the nation that allows them the freedom to operate, and broadcasters are not exempt.  Broadcasters should mirror the morals of their viewing audience in their programming.  Consider the morals of the average American television viewing audience.  Also consider what these viewers demand out of… View Article

Timberland – Corporate Social Responsibility

How do Timberlands social responsibility efforts and high ethical standards benefit the company? Timberland’s CSR (Corporate social responsibility) efforts benefit the company in a number of ways: By involving all stakeholders be it consumers, employees or stock holders, Timberland ensures that it is not “business as usual” but much more towards giving back to the… View Article

Ethics and Social Responsibilities of Business

The emergence of management as a distinct and identifiable activity in the modern era has had an important impact on the society with which it developed (Massie 1995). Till the early days of the twentieth century, organizations were predominantly concerned with their respective profit-maximizing activities. However, this singular intention of profit maximization of business farms… View Article

Location Decision and Sustainability

In this paper we are going to give an in-depth perspective on the subjects of location decision, clusters and corporate social responsibility. First, we will address the location decision subject. Second, we will discuss clusters and different cluster types. Last, we will review the corporate social responsibility subject. After giving an in-depth perspective on the… View Article

Arguments for and Against Corporate Social Responsibility

“A business’s obligation to follow goals that are good for both organization and society in the long-term, and are not required by law.” Corporate Social Responsibility The term “corporate social responsibility” came in to common use in the early 1970s. It means the duty of an organization towards society in order to prove itself responsible… View Article

Proessionals Responsibility To The Society

Professionals should not restrict their work to their work place only. Instead they should extend it to the community in which they operate. Professionals can be involved in the society in many ways which include education, economic empowerment and creation of international links. Professionals have a wider understanding of the contemporary affairs. This knowledge can… View Article

Companies for Social Responsibility

Whether made in business, politics, science, or sports, most decisions are judged as either right or wrong, ethical or unethical. Regardless of what an individual believes about a particular action, if society judges it to be unethical or wrong, whether correctly or not, that judgment directly affects the organization’s ability to achieve its business goals…. View Article

The CSR in China

CSR, the abbreviation of corporate social responsibility, which now is becoming one of the basic scales of measuring the operation of corporations is up to standard or not. It first came into common use was in 1960s. It does not have an accepted definition yet, but refers to the operation of corporations had reach of… View Article

Importance of Corporate Social Responsibility

Q2) “Evaluate the relative importance of corporate social responsibility relative to other corporate objective” (40 Marks) Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a firm’s decision to accept responsibility for its social, environmental and ethical actions. A firm’s decisions whether to adopt and rank importance to CSR should be due to a variety of reasons, like the… View Article

Has Uob Implemented Csr and Can More Be Done?

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) refers to a corporation’s accountability for its actions towards its people, the communities it interacts with, and the environment it is situated in. By implementing CSR as part of its corporate strategy, a firm seeks to align its economic interests with its legal and social responsibilities to its employees, its community… View Article

Finding and Contribution

According to many studies and researches over the past 30 years have shown there is an existence of a positive relationship between CSP and CFP. (Frooman, 1997) The data accumulated over the past 30 years do not support the latest contingency theory in the area of corporate social responsibility. (Soana, 2011) Some authors argue that… View Article

A Case Analysis on Starbucks’ Mission

Summary Named after the first mate in Moby Dick, Starbucks was founded in 1971 by three partners in Seattle’s renowned open-air Pike Place Market. Starbucks is now the third largest restaurant chain in the country, nearly 1,000 stores in 55 countries. It was the intention of director of retail operations and marketing Howard Schlutz to… View Article